On Nov. 14th, Chatham University and the Pittsburgh Gay and Lesbian Community Center (GLCC) will present Just Gender, a film that explores diversity within the transgender community, as well as the depth of transgender experience in day-to-day living.
The documentary from director George Zuber serves as a comprehensive look at alternative gender identity and gender expression, and as a passionate cry for social justice for those affected by this long-misunderstood condition. Featuring dozens of personal stories from transgender citizens, Just Gender provides a substantial journey into the wide spectrum of experiences and situations that make up this community, from cross-dressers to those who undergo sexual reassignment surgery, from childhood to adulthood, from family life to work, to marriage to social life. Narrated by Bebe Neuwirth.
Just Gender screens at 7 p.m. in Chatham’s Eddy Theater. A panel discussion will follow. The GLCC will also accept toiletry donations for its homeless services for LGBT youth and adults. Admission is free.